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on president obama to now really try to take some decisive action. not to prohibit americans from arming themselves at home to protect their families but to prohibit the wholesale and easy way that you can go out and buy an ak-47, whatever it is you may want. nobody needs that, as he said, outside of the military or the police. >> the argument that i've heard from nfl players, current and former, retired nfl players, these are young guys, they're making a lot of money, they're pretty well known in their chunlt communities. a lot of times they say they buy a gun to protect themselves. because they're afraid of what could potentially happen. what does costas say about that? >> i think it's really a case of bravado, showing off. there's an amazing statistic. 624 arrests of nfl players. of those, 177 were drink or drug related involving usually driving. we saw this horrifying accident over the weekend with another nfl player, two from dallas cowboys. josh brent was driving the car, allegedly under the influence of alcohol, and his great friend jerry brown also a dallas cowboy, died. somethin
that in their words and actions they will do justice, love with mercy and walk humbly with you. may all that is done this day be for your greater honor and glory, amen. the speaker pro tempore: the chair has examined the journal of the last day's proceedings and announces to the house his approval thereof. pursuant to clause 1 of rule 1, the journal stands approve the chair will lead the house in the pledge of allegiance. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. the chair lays before the house sundry communications. the clerk: the honorable the speaker, house of representatives, sir, pursuant to the permission granted in clause 2h of rule 206 the rules of the u.s. house of representatives, the clerk received the following message from the secretary of the senate on december 6, 2012, at 9:42 a.m., that the senate passed senate 1947, that the senate passed senate 3254. with best wishes, i am, signed sincerely, karen l. haas. the honorable the speaker, house of represent
ranking ranking member before filing such report may update report to reflect committee or house action taken after the report was ordered reported or made available to the members of the committee. pursuant to subparagraph d-3 provided that the chair promptly notifies the members of the committee. the chair lays before the house an additional communication. the clerk: the honorable the speaker, house of representatives. sir, this is to notify you formally pursuant to rule 8 of the rules of the house of representatives that i have been served with a subpoena issued by district court of the state of north carolina, wake county, for documents and testimony in a civil case to which i am not a party. after consultation with the office of general counsel, i will determine whether compliance with the subpoena is consistent with the privileges and rights of the house. signed, sincerely, david russell, district liaison, u.s. representative david price. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the house stands adjourned until 2:00 >> we are going back to the conference on women in leadership
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on the action taken in closed session with item 13. >> the tba board of adirectors approved by a vote of 5-0 a purchase and sale agrees to sale 101 first street to the to*efr llc, for $188 million plus escalation, for all cash to close on or before april one, 2013. and approved to related agreement regarding the operations of the transbay tower project. >> thank you. >> are there any other items or announcements? >> that concludes your agenda for today. >> seeing none, meeting ais journed. >> thank you. tga approved
to reconsider be made and laid upon the table with no intervening action or debate and that any related statements be printed in the appropriate place in the record as if read. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. durbin: i ask unanimous consent the energy committee be darnld from further consideration of s. 2015 and s. 3563, that the senate proceed to their consideration along with the following bills en bloc -- h.r. 3263, h.r. 3641 and h.r. 4073 which are received from the house and are thresk, calendar number 284, s. 1047, calendar number 288, s. 1421, calendar number 289, s. 1478, calendar number 272, s. 499, calendar number 266, s. 140, and calendar number 265, s. 114. the presiding officer: without objection, the committee is discharged and the senate will proceed to the measure en bloc. mr. durbin: i ask unanimous consent that where applicable, the committee-reported amendments be considered, that any amendments to those amendments which are at the desk be agreed to, that the committee-reported amendments as amended, if amended, be agreed to, the bills as amended, if ame
reports? seeing none, item t. report of closed session actions. this is a closed session action of december 12th, 2012 the board of education approved by a vote of six ayes and one absent y yes, the program of one program administrator and one supervisor. in the matter of bs versus sfusd. [ laughter ] sorry. the board of education by a vote of 6 ayes and one absent, yee, who didn't deal with bs, [ laughter ] authorized the district to attempt to negotiate a settlement of specified term. board of education approved by a vote of six ayes and one absent yee a settlement agreement and certified discipline case in which the district dismisses the accusation and the employee agreed to specified discipline. other u, other informational items? no other staff reports and in adjournment tonight -- . one more information -- i can't end yet. >> sorry president yee, we just want to extend your last meeting. [ laughter ] i just want to -- i would be remiss if we didn't mention that this thursday december 13th, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at city hall, we will be celebrating with all of our sc
and response to behavioral rti. and also a recap on the a-g action plan with respect to the class of 2014. and it was a great-- although, very long evening. >> thank you for the short report though. i think this last one, report from the augmented budget and business services committee from december 5, commissioner mendoza. >> thank you. we had our usually resolutions that we have been reviewing, ming lee providered a state update, which basically said we won't know anything until january what the governor update, federal budget update and the impact of sequestration was another piece that we spoke about. you know, still kind of up in the air. and then the budget development calendar for '13-14 he reviewed and some of the key areas that we'll need discussion on the timeline of the budget. we wanted to thank the board members in the "things that you want to talk about," during our budget process and we'll be incorporating those topics in our discussions. as you know, there is a lot of different things that are happening on a variety of different budgets that will impact us deeply over t
have the controls every single action and decision they make, which relieves the grassroots people out of the decision making process. for traditional indigenous governments in canada, the grass-roots people are the real decision makers. they have been kept in the dark of what is going on. what we tried to do for this movement is come up withteach- ins, information that helped power the grassroots to let them know what is the threat against them and take action against it, regardless of what is happening at the political level. >> pamela palmater, kenny said little about what's sparked these protests? what was the budget bill being considered? >> it is 14 people -- pieces of legislation. some of the earlier protests were on a specific bill that made an immense 2 tons of pieces of legislations. the two critical pieces for us at that time were the changes to the unilateral changes to the indian act which would allow the easy surrender of our reserve land, the changes to the waters act which does not jt in back first nations people, but canadians and americans between canada and the u.s.,
, since it is what has initiated our action. and as we collect that data, and i believe that the doctor has it right. it's important that the people collecting that data are the people from those communities. i can't emphasize or stress that enough. and i am sure that we will talk more about it. but as that data changes, i would suspect not a lot but a little color coordination of this map change. and for those of who don't have a copy. and this is motion and seconded. >> if in favor aye. >> aye. >> passed. >> item 12, approve the selection of utility systems efficiencies and authorize the manager to negotiate and execute a professional services agreement for $2 million and not to exceed five years. >> this is straightforward for hetch hetchy water, i am happy to answering any questions. >> i will move the item. >> second. >> any public comment? seeing none. those in favor, say aye. >> aye. >> motion carries. >> item 13, approve amendment no. 4 to agreement cs-854, engineering services for sutro reservoir. >> the last two items are straightforward. i don't have a formal presentation. >>
council's spokesperson. the official says israel's action is powerful. >> opponents of egyptian president mohamed morsi is wrapping up the pressure against the country's new draft constitution. they've gathered in the tens of thousands to speak out against what they call another power grab by morsi and his allies. the demonstrators are occupying tahrir square in cairo. they say the voting on the draft wasn't fair. they argue the council is dominated by those who support president morsi. >> translator: we will never be forced to approve the constitution. >> translator: the draft constitution does not represent the will of all egyptians. >> members of the council unanimously approved the draft constitution friday after an all-night session. egyptians will soon be able to vote on it in a referendum. they've already staged protest against morsi over the past week. they're angry they halted court challenges. a temporary step until the new constitution and parliament are created, he said. >>> anti-government forces in kuwait are also raising their voices. tens of thousands of opposition support
, but as we heard from the installation of the first solar power in the 70's it's time to take action and move forward so thank you very much. >> thank you. commissioner mo ran. >> thank you, just a couple quick comments. first is that when the item comes before the commission at our next meeting in order to lift the funding cap i think that is an appropriate time for staff or davis and associates to respond to some of the issues raised today and specific outreach to communities of color. secondly, i do understand that the local power has submitted at least a first major draft of their proposal that that's being reviewed by puc staff. i have seen some of the initial work, both the submission and the staff response on that. i think that's important that it proceed and proceed quickly. i am in favor of moving forward with this program as proposed in part to keep the pressure on that activity and not shelfd and ignored and that it's addressed and responded to completely, so when we have a presentation it be one frankly not just by local power but also by local power and staff. hopefully ha
's a crucial time for this generation and if we don't take serious this conversation today and action tomorrow we will see more and more issues arise. [applause] >> and i'm going to cap it up and i totally agree with that and one of the resources i want you to point is out is the family institute on line and platform for good a couple days ago. anne was there for the launch in dc and the goal of this whole thing is connect parents, educators and teens together to talk about both the eat your peas and how you stay a digital citizen and do the whole thing and i encourage everybody to check that out and i think that's the type of resource that will get us to where we need to go. it's called a "platform for good .org" and part of the family institute. >> yay. i think that's the way to cap it off really. let's lose the fear. let's bring -- it's safety, risk prevention, online risk prevention, whatever you want to call is is not the goal. it's important but not the goal. it's the mean to the end and the end is full safe effective successful engagement in participatory media and culture and s
town in america. >> also in the remarks the president signals he may be ready to take action on gun control, saying america is failing to keep its children safe. >> are we really prepared to say that we're powerless in the face of such carnage?
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tomorrow, rain and snow, believe it or not. snow action across the area and two storms on the board we have to watch going into the next 24- hours and one going into wednesday and thursday. lookinga at the temperatures across the area. we are in the 30s now. middle 30s outside of the beltway. it is 45 in baltimore city. double to the east, you are at 39. we will see a lot of 20s outside of the city. a calm wind right now. certainly a 180 from where we have been all weekend long. gusty winds on side. that pushed up towards northern new england. clouds will thin out. a blend of stars and clouds. hour by hour forecast reflects that. clear skies at 8:00. we are back at 11:00 and it will be 37 degrees. we are 32 going only to 37 degrees. a chilly day tomorrow. we will await more rain and snow to move in. we are clear right now. if we pwrod ep out the shot we will see snow shots over new england and then more action towards the tennessee valley that is system although it is a weak system. so, clouds in here first and then here comes a chance for rain and snow. here is how the model maps it out. t
on a suspension of 402-7. passing that bill would not have prevented action that connects congress, yet my colleagues, some of my colleagues stand in the way of taxpayer protections. let me turn to ms. galante and the reason i'm supporting her nomination. i'm inclined to support an ohioan. she shows deep interest in the challenges facing the housing market in northeast ohio, a place that's been devastated by a hollowing out of our manufacturing base and preyed upon by unscrupulous subprime lenders for a period of more than a decade. she met with the cleveland housing network, city officials to hear about all the great work that people are doing in northeast ohio to rebuild the city's housing market. some of the most innovative ideas in the country have come out of cleveland in the land bank and housing network. after i sat down with her and shared stories of big banks allowing f.h.a. properties in cincinnati to fall into decay, f.h.a. updated its servicing rules to hold these banks accountable. f.h.a. selected cleveland, akron and canton for its next round of note sales. this program allow
of this stuff to rich people. the thing is look at what's going on up here. when you ask for action, don't ask for any action. we have to figure out what the problem is before we can get to what we need to do. people say, well, we've raised taxes. we just need more revenue. spending as measured as a percentage of your economy, four years ago we were spending 20% of our g.d.p. we're now spending 25% of our g.d.p. so when we say on our side that it's a spending problem, it absolutely is. it absolutely is. and it's out of control. and guess what? most of it is called mandatory spending. that means entitlements. you can't do anything about it. they're now taken off the table. about a year ago you may have remembered there was this big debate, the budget control act, there was this big debate over raising the debt ceiling. and they attached to it some slowdown in spending. these were not cuts. the sequester is not a cut in spending. it's repeated all the time on tv that the sequester is a cut, but it's not a cut. it's a slowdown in the rate of growth. but it's at least going in the right direction.
american families and job creators from this looming tax hike. everyone agrees that that action is necessary. and i can report that we've reached an agreement on all of the tax -- the tax -- issues. we are very, very close, as the president just said. the most important piece, the piece that has to be done now, is preventing the tax hikes. the president said -- quote -- "for now, our most immediate priority is to stop taxes going up for middle-class families starting tomorrow." i agree. he suggested that action on the sequester is something we can continue to work on in the coming months. so i agree. let's pass the tax relief portion now, let's take what's been agreed to and get moving. let me say, this was not easy to get to. i mean, the vice president and i last spoke about -- yesterday about 12:45 this morning and then again at 6:30 this morning and then multiple times this morning. this has been clearly a -- a good-faith negotiation. we all want to protect taxpayers and we can get it done now. right now. so let me be clear, we'll continue to work on finding smarter ways to c
and hypertension. i just didn't think much of life. but then i was introduced to the wellness recovery action plan, a step-by-step program that many of you already know as wrap. my life has changed so much that i wanted to share it with others. it's my passion in my personal and professional life. i'm now qualified to go around the world to share my knowledge and help others find their path to wellness and recovery as an advanced-level wrap facilitator. i was adopted at birth into a family with alcohol and drug or domestic violence issues. that was the beginning of the traumas and the stigma that was to follow me for the next three quarters of my life. i ran away from philadelphia to fort lauderdale when i was 15, and gave birth to my oldest daughter and was labeled a habitual runaway by judge mark speiser. over the next years, i struggled with my addiction, giving birth to a son and another daughter. finally, in my late thirties, i ended up homeless, living under bridges, and i finally started going to jail. it was jail that actually saved my life, because that is where i met broward county drug
. the only action in your continuance calendar is for item 12, if you so wish. >> president fong: is there any public comment on item 12 for continuance. >> commissioner antonini: move to continue. >> the clerk: commission antonini, aye, borden, aye, hillis, aye, moore, aye, wu, aye. 7-0. consenticle considered to be retoon by the planning commission and will be acted on by a single roll call vote. there will be no discussion unless the public requests in which case it will be removed from the consent calendar and considered as a separate item at this or a future hearing. you have two items commissioners, item 2 case 2012.05952(c) and item 3, 2012.6069(e) request for qunel use authorization. note that on november 29 following public testimony the commission closed the public hearing and adopted attempt to improve with -- with clear gazing and continue the item to today's date. >> president fong: is there any public comment on the two items on the consent calendar? seeing none, commissioner antonini. >> commissioner antonini: move to approve. >> second. >> the clerk: on that motio
. the report said he admitted to the charge and they are taking legal action. swedish embassy officials visited peh. they had a diplomatic interest in north korea because washington and the u.n. don't have diplomatic relations. they said they may use that as a bargaining chip to get the u.s. to make concessions. north korean leaders endured condemnation last week for launching what they called a satellite-carrying rocket. the security council says there are consequences, but they are still struggling to agree on what those consequences will be. councilmen has condemned them because the north koreans ignored a ban on using missile technology. still, they don't want to adopt a legally binding resolution. they said it could pump them to conduct another nuclear test. japan's diplomats are working with north korea to try to impose sanctions. but they're far from waiting for the chinese to change their position. >>> world leaders of the two biggest economies have started laying the ground work for cooperation. china's president paid a visit to the u.s. president, obama. they agreed to boost economic
't had any -- the formal discussion about how to deal with that, although the cpuc has taken some action if you read about that. the next issue is the football games coming up. as you know, they're playing miami this weekend at home and they're most likely going to be in one roof game for sure and probably going to host it. and i'm concerned about there should be some -- can be police officers hired to help monitor the taxi service at the ballpark starting late in the third quarter after the game, during the game and after the game in order to make sure that the legal taxis get the fares before rather than the illegal taxis and the vehicleses that are not licensed to pick up just by showing up * without an actual appointment to pick somebody up. and you know the law. so, i urge you to make sure that there's tough, stricter enforcement to help the 49ers in terms of getting better taxi service and also in keeping the illegal taxis out. >> mr. chairman, that's the last person who turned in a speaker card. >> are we having the closed session? >> no. >> we are not. >> this completes the busi
? this is great that you so much all in favor-aye. resolution 12 in this action, 129797 and 1298 have been approved. >> thank you. >> item 13 new business. any public comment on new business? anybody have a new business for me? yeah? no? >>> real quickly i know it's been a long day madame chair on this cruise terminal it has already been out the operator r rfp it's out now and due early february, i think. so what happens is the port staff and maritime they interview the different operator and is then they come back here to the board with recommendation and so we will establish a selection and panel which will include some internal staff and a lot of sternal folks based on the score of of r f q's we will come up with a selection for oral interviews all of which is over seen by the human right commission and then formerlily to your point, we will come back to the commission with a recommendation for the highest ranked firm. >> okay what i would like if you could possibly bring back two names, i think that would be good and i would like to have them come so that the commissi
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to tell you about it. and the president has taken action on it as well. it is so out of hand that they have bullet bulletproof backpacks for kids in school. >> but this common every day backpack is packing something extra. it's manufacturer said it can stop a bullet. >> cenk: this has gone into insanity. we'll talk to the guy who came up with that idea. we'll talk with congressman he he willer son and cohen. we'll talk about the fiscal cliff negotiation, it's a disaster. and now the republicans have gotten so much more radical in the span of two years. we'll talk about that on the show as well. finally, i mean, you want to talk about crazy? look at the woman they pulled over for marijuana. cavity searches? >> this has been eye opening experience for me. never been pulled over. never searched like this. >> cenk: it gets a lot worse than that. they didn't have anything on 'em, wow. it's go time. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> cenk: the president at a press conference about guns. in it he was forceful and laid out the case for what we need to do differently. let's watch. >> obama: the fac
, pennsylvania. mr. president, as i conclude that list of pennsylvania's killed in action over just about a two-year time period in afghanistan, and one of the names read was killed in iraq, we remember them. we think of them. and i wish we were paying tribute to them on a night like tonight, but at the same time we're also thinking of their families as we pay tribute to them. i'm reminded of the great recording artist bruce springsteen. one of his songs is entitled "you're missing." one of the lines in that song goes something like this, the refrain over and over again is "you're missing." he says in the song -- or i should say he's able to sing and i won't -- "you're missing when i shut out the lights. you're missing when i close my eyes. you're missing when i see the sun rise." for all those families out there who lost someone in afghanistan, iraq or in other conflicts, we're thinking of them tonight and praying for them because they're missing someone in the midst of this end of the year, in the midst of the holiday season. and we're remembering them tonight, paying tribute to those that th
enforcement but that is an action that has to be taken by the mta board. is that correct? >> i think it's a separate piece of legislation. >> did i hear correctly and supervisor wiener is interested in pursuing that? okay. thank you. i have a couple of thoughts about this. i feel like it's important to have the deed restriction and the no cu clauses to support the legislation. part of me feels like developers are already putting car share in their parking garages or other private parking areas, so i just have a little bit of hesitation there but i do appreciate the efforts from staff and i think that makes the legislation much stronger. >> commissioner sugaya. >> we don't have a requirement for car share, do we? >> yeah we do have a requirement for car share. if it's less than 50 years you don't need a space but over 50 i think it's one and over a hundred i think it's two, so there is a minimum amount. this would basically set a maximum amount. >> but they're not in the spaces required under the code? >> no. they do not count -- your required car share spaces don't count against
if they failed to take the action they were about to do. the public reaction was harshly negative. the notion of the government of the united states bailing out a large private insurance company created controversy and criticism for almost every corner. ultimately, the rescue of that company cost $180 billion. a staggering sum. but you know what? we've just learned this week that the taxpayers will make money on the deal. yes, it cost us $180 billion. but the taxpayers are going to make $22 billion on the transaction. and if we hadn't done it, we would have risked going into a depression. so when people say there's no role for government or it should just be a limited, shrunken role, really? would we have wanted to stand by and risk this country going into another great depression? let's recall what that was like. more than 20% of the people in this country out of work. i know my open grandfather -- own grandfather who refused to take bankruptcy owned stock in the local bank. in those days you had unlimited liability. if you owned stock in a bank. so when there was a run on the bank, as there
action as we are seeing with the data act. the administration has been reluctant to pursue. translate those into real action and exercise the bully pulpit of the presidency to make sure action happens. >> thank you. josh. >> i thought i would try to give a reporter's perspective on the issues related to transparency. for me the rubber meets the road, i would like to be getting more information where a think the administration has discretion to do more than it is currently doing. then we can discuss why it is falling short. i think the first one is pretty topical, which is the fiscal clift discussions going on. you have meetings taking place at the white house with stakeholders, small-business leaders, what is your call liberal interest groups and others. they have taken place behind closed doors. they would allow us and to see them. even when members of congress came to see them, they shut out before any discussion to place. who would think it should be any different? you can go back and look and find out one person who seemed to think things like this would be different is a guide by
on the issue of guns so you know you know, i think people are just waiting for him to take action. >> it was interesting and when he spoke of that it galvanized. when he spoke about same-sex marriage it shifted public opinion. i for one people that this is an issue ripe for him to take and grab and to move forward on. eric fascinating thing when cob costas used one of the bigger media platforms out there sunday night football, he got a lot of eyeballs, and not necessarily eyeballs who are going to be sympathetic to a gun control issue. i give bob costas a ton of credit. fair or not? >> he said he knew he was going to get criticized. no regrets. he's not going to be run off what he said. it's interesting when you have a sportscaster, both bob costas and jason whitlock. that's sad this is an epidemic. i think the mainstream press talk about the politics, i think the mainstream press has basically adopted the n.r.a. slogan of guns don't kill people people do. >> the voices we're hearing from are coming from not where we would expect. do you go pound on the doors of major media organi
to you. michael is a fop class action hant trust lawyer. involved in a number of interesting cases including the -- [inaudible] suing the ncaa on behalf of players for issues more relevant to the conversation you're involved with the nfl concussion lawsuits. right. as you hear the conversation, what runs there you mind as plaintiffs' lawyer are there liability issues here in terms of the, you know, the lack of trained coaches, irresponsibility behavior by some. where is it headed? could we see the same type of litigation at the youth as we have seen from the nfl level. what exact might it have on forces coaches to get training or, you know, people adhering to responsible behavior at the lowest levels. can i start with a yes? >> i know. i know. the seven-barrel question. i apologize. >> the law offers and interesting perspective in the conflict in the discussion gone on today between dr. cantu who is advocating until science proves otherwise it's safest at least to preclude tackling and stay with flag football despite the fact that there are efforts progressively to make the game sa
commission didn't take any action at their meeting but the west soma community plan will continue to move along in the coming months and will eventually change the zoning that's been static in west soma for years, so staff will continue to keep you informed and if commissioner tan or hyde have anything to add, you can do it now or i can finish my report. >> i have a question just on this. so, this plan has been ten years in the making and this goes to you and you and possibly you, so this plan's been ten years in the making and they've come up with all of these recommendations. have they taken into consideration in your best guess changing times, like the city is coming back, we have less unemployment, we have an influx of new tech companies, we possibly are going to have a warrior's arena, has this plan in any way taken into consideration changing times in the future or is it set somewhere 8 or 10 years ago? >> i think that's a loaded question and i'm probably not apt to answer that directly to you. >> anybody have an opinion? >> i sat on the planning task force for a few months. i was a
and the vote took place about 15 minutes ago. >> okay. this is a vote just in the house. when is the action going to be complete? when will the senate complete that? >> well, here in michigan, there is a constitutional provision that requires bills to lay over for a period of five days. we are expecting a vote in the senate by next -- next week on tuesday, and so, you know there will probably be, you know, some more activity throughout the weekend. the legislature has announced session days throughout the weekend, which is pretty uncommon here in michigan so this is not going to stop at least for the in connection few days. then from there, it will go on to the governor's desk where today he indicated he would sign this so-called right to work bill. >> when was aich was a surprise? >> the governor has been consists ent saying it was not on his agenda didn't think it was a prior to. he testified before a congressional panel this year saying he didn't think it was appropriate for michigan in 2012. two days ago, he was asked by a reporter, he finally, said, it's o
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'll act and act in a way that -- as he says if we can only save one life we have to take action. >> stephanie: and jay carney yesterday as well. >> everyone in merck has a steak in doing something to end the scourge of gun violence in this nation. >> stephanie: we did post the conservative case of the assault weapon's ban. >> i will post it now. >> stephanie: ted olson who wrote the conservative proposal for gay marriage. it's the judge that sentenced jared lee laughner. he says we can't draw a sensible line on guns we may as well call the united states a failure. i sentenced jared yesterday. the ban -- the ban wasn't all that stringent if you already owned a gun you could keep it and sell it to somebody else but at least it was something. half of the nation's deadliest shootings occurred after the ban expired. hard six mass shootings that have been deadlyer after the expiration of the ban. bring back the assault weapon's ban. ban manufacturer importation, transfer of high-capacity assault weapons. i don't care whether it's called gun control, i'm all for it. i
an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. (woman) it's looked on by society as a bad thing but actually everyone i know has at least tried it. (man) i take it regularly. yes. but i can take it or leave it. (woman)some friends get addicted and do get into all sort of trouble. they should definitely begin help. (man) most people i know are casual users who take it occasionally and carry ... (woman) i know a lot of people who take it who are, you know, respectable members of society and have professional jobs. >> unfortunately, the way that the laws are created under the un systems, if you're arrested as a drug dealer, then we tend to give you very heavy penalties, whatever your story is. we are very poor at distinguishing between the powerful in the drug market, and the powerless. what ecuador has done is shown us there is a different way of going about this. (vo) when the clock runs out when the last card is played what will be remembered? explore the lives of t
it down, the u.s. will see that as an aggressive action. last month they tried to shoot one down in the same place. ayear ago iran claimed to have brought down a more technical drone. >> cenk: that is three different instances of at least firing or capturing one of our drones. the last time the americans said no absolutely not, one of our drones just happened to get lost. later, they said yeah, ok, that was our drone. by the way we want it back from iran. we're just flying an illegal drone over your air space would you give i did back to us. iran said no. take a look at this map. look at our bases and fleet surrounding iran. somebody said iran is starting to start a war with the u.s. look how close they put their country to our military bases. the issue of the zone is tragic. in iran, they're just doing surveillance as far as we though. walter green went to pakistan to look into this further, one of the few journalists doing that, president of the brave new foundation, also the director of rethink afghanistan, koch brothers exposed author. what did you see? >> it was extraordinar
debating and wishing to take an action? it is very hard to hear. the presiding officer: the senator is correct. would the senate please be in order? the chair is determining which section the point of order lies against. the presiding officer: the senator from alabama is recognized. mr. sessions: to further extend my point of order, i would ask that both the budget point of order lie against both emergency sections that are contained in the bill. a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon. mr. merkley: this is a budget point of order against this being an emergency. if you are a farmer or a rancher and your property or the property you rent from the b.l.m. --. the presiding officer: the senator from oregon is advised the point of order is not debatable. mr. merkley: i ask consent to complete 30 seconds of remarks. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. merkley: if you are a farmer or reanchg rancher saying this is not an emergency is cold comfort. saying it will be addressed in the farm bill is cold comfort. when your land is burned up, when you
cars -- maybe see the action for yourself. volleyball is not easy. volleyball is kind of impossible. very aggressive. didn't know it was going to be so aggressive. >> it's hard to be good, but you have fun and contribute to your success. >> it's a game, and the game is a cross between basketball, floor hockey, lacrosse, and demolition hockey royaled into one. >> perhaps a history lesson will shed light on this one of a kind sport. >> it started back in 1962 in salt lake city. automotive shop owner came home and found his son playing improvised game of street hockey with a stick, a tin can, and a golf cart. and that's how the concept began. >> and the modern day version isn't that different. instead of a golf cart, it's a scoop. >> you don't have a choice but to have fun playing a game in a bumper car. >> hey, john. i'm ali. >> hi. how are you? pleasure to meet you. >> you, too. okay, what are we getting into? everything looks cool. >> we've got plenty of stuff to show you. we've got food, we've got drinks, we've got games, we've got laser tag. and of course we've got whirly ball. >>
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